I had something really interesting happen yesterday with my new 995. During the course of the day's business I had to repeatedly pass by a strip of stores that has a combination of X and K band door openers. Early in the day, I had to drive by twice and took note of where the 995 first alerted, which was at the same spot both times. Later in the day, I decided to try running my old Passport 5000 along with the 995 just to see what happened. I had to take the same route again and my BEL 995 alerted to the door openers a full 2 blocks earlier than in the morning. I looped around and tried it again and the same thing happened - two blocks earlier warning. I then turned off the 5000 and looped around again - and the warning shortened to where it was in the morning. I tried it again and the same thing happened - a shorter warning. I was running out of time so I tried it one more time with the 5000 back on, and the warning lengthened again to 2 blocks earlier!
Now, I've tested enough radar detectors to know that this probably is just a glitch or coincidence, but I am certainly going to investigate this odd occurrence further. We all know that running two superhet detectors together generally hurts the performance of one or both of them, but is it possible that certain "magic" combinations of units can actually help the performance of one or the other? I don't see how, but I'm going to at least investigate this a little further.